| Monorepos in Python |
A monorepo is a source control pattern in some organizations where a single code repository is shared for many or all projects. This interview with David Vujic discusses monorepos and the set of Python tools that can help you succeed with this pattern.
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Business Process Models With Python and SpiffWorkflow
Can you describe your business processes with flowcharts? What if you could define the steps in a standard notation and implement the workflows in pure Python? This week on the show, Dan Funk from Sartography is here to discuss SpiffWorkflow.
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Connect, Integrate & Automate Your Data - From Python or Any Other Application
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Functional Python, Part II: Dial M for Monoid
This article is about “commandeering techniques from richly typed, functional languages into Python for fun and profit.” The focus is on Typeclasses and continuation-passing style.
SQLAlchemy 2.0 Released
DjangoCon Europe 2023 (Edinburgh) Call for Participation
Python 3.11.2, Python 3.10.10 and 3.12.0 Alpha 5 Are Available
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Mypy 1.0 Released
It Is Becoming Difficult for Me to Be Productive in Python
This discussion is based on Avinash’s article of the same name, where he describes his journey from type-less to typed languages and why he is finding it harder to refactor his Python.
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Python Parquet and Arrow: Using PyArrow With Pandas
Parquet and Arrow are two Apache projects available in Python via the PyArrow library. Parquet is column-oriented storage format for arrays and tables of data, while Arrow is an in-memory columnar format for data analysis. This article describes how to use them and how they compare to Pandas DataFrames.
How to Split a Python List or Iterable Into Chunks
This tutorial provides an overview of how to split a Python list into chunks. You’ll learn several ways of breaking a list into smaller pieces using the standard library, third-party libraries, and custom code. You’ll also split multidimensional data to synthesize an image with parallel processing.
Retool - The Fastest Way For Developers to Build and Launch Mobile Apps
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Some Reasons to Avoid Cython
Cython lets you seamlessly merge Python syntax with calls into C or C++ code, making it easy to write high-performance extensions, but it is not the best tool in all circumstances. This article goes over some of the limitations and problems with Cython, and suggests alternatives.
Pandas Illustrated: The Definitive Visual Guide to Pandas
“Pandas is an industry standard for analyzing data in Python. With a few keystrokes, you can load, filter, restructure, and visualize gigabytes of heterogeneous information.” Learn all about Pandas with key illustrations to help understand the core concepts.
Standout Features in Django 4.2
Django 4.2 is slated for April and is currently in alpha release. This article covers some standout features that are coming, including psycopg v3 support, database comments, and lookups on field instances.
The Technology Behind GitHub’s New Code Search
For the last year, GitHub has been making large changes to how you can search for code on their site. This article describes what went into building the world’s largest public code search index.
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Python Testing Tools Taxonomy
This entry in the Python wiki is an exhaustive list of testing tools and libraries. Content includes unit testing, mocking, fuzz testing, web testing, coverage tools, and much more.
Securely Deploy a FastAPI App With NGINX and Gunicorn
In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to use NGINX, and Gunicorn+Uvicorn to deploy a FastAPI app, and generate a free SSL certificate for it.
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django-admin-confirm: Mixin for Confirming Changes
tidyverse (R) Clone in Polars
jupyter-scheduler: Run Jupyter Notebooks as Jobs
pynimate: Python Package for Statistical Data Animations